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>> thank you. let's get the mike it should work >> i'm an educator and, yes we did just come from a preservation. my time at city college i have treasured every second of it. as project survive we go into the classroom we serve multiple programs. we also serve ocean campus and the critic center and we're spreading the message how to prevent unhealthy relationships and how to prevent other violence. every time i give a presentation it strengthened the classroom that community. i learn more from my interactions as a peer educator caterpillar i'm a preeducator and project delivers nearly 4 hundred workshops a year on dating violence project. we do different activities with students where we talk about healthy relationships and how to prevent unhealthy relationships and how to prevent rape in other situations that are bad. doing those presentations has helped me to see how it impacts other students. students may not recognize when they're in on a abusive relationship. >> thank you very much. i'm going to call a few more cards. (calling names) doesn't have to be in that order just cam
to respect that here. but just like i think it is appropriate for the board of education to pass a resolution on whether or not we should have free muny for low-income youth and opine on things that impact the board of education i do think that it is appropriate for this board of supervisors when appropriate, especially when we are talking doing it after waiting for a long time before we did anything, , to step in and say this is how our constituents are being impacted. and my sense of what is happening at city college is that there are a lot of good people who are trying to do a lot of good things. getting your fiscal house in order is really important, and that is the basic thing that needs to happen. but there is a fundamental disconnect between those efforts and many people who attended city college, who work at city college, who believe that the institutions changing in such a fundamental way that you may end up protecting it and saving this entity financially and fiscally but in the end you will end up saving something that is completely different than what people have been relying on f
education the non-classes that are offered in the community. the college actually sends teachers to do sos of locations throughout the community including public libraries and going all the way back to the 70s let's send the teachers to where the students are instead of having the students worry about where to go. this has - we're being told that seniors with disabilities are not necessary. this is effecting decreased hours as recreation and senior centers. we're really trying to avoid institutional facilities. i know my chimes are ripping here but d s p.s. go we're mandated by law and they're using this for an excuse to lay people off. your technology coordinator lost his job and that might not be legal >> good morning. i'm a student at city college. i want to voice my opinion on the accreditation related to city college. i wanted to give a little bit of my story are city college has given me a second chance out of high school i wasn't prepared to go straight into a four-year but the city college has provided that he with that. i'm on track. and i've bend so much and if we continue to p
to social justice is also been a model nationwide in higher education and pulling up economies, a great model for many other immunity cause distress throughout the country. ,but the college is facing a significant crisis perhaps the greatest crisis in is near 80 year history since 2007 the college has been forced to cut 53 million dollars because of the lack of funding at the state level in most recently the schools accreditation has come under threat by the state accreditation committee and gynecologists at city college is way too important to idly stand by. the resolution comes out of the spirit of being supportive of that institution in this time of dire need. the resolution is driven by the , , very constituents with the most at stake at city college working families . immigrants in many communities the drafting of this is coming concert with not only teachers and staff but also the coalition of community members that have stood up from rallies to mobilization of town halls to say we are city college; to put a human face on the institution, and to be supportive. the amendment also
the board of trustees and administration to utilize to preserve the quality of education that has served education well, and to support the city of san francisco to reevaluate the charges and providing more and kind services to support the resolution. >> this was a resolution to support the issues i'll turn it over to you. >> colleagues we have a number of speakers from the community of supporters of city college and faculty i believe we'll have a trustee or two. my hope is this hearing on city college and dialog on resolution to support the college this is a difficult time and we can also end with a commitment to have a working group that would be looking at the financial support and putting our heads together in creativity ways to feel what month supporters feel is a jewel of the san francisco system. we've invited all students from all background and the chance to develop a better life for themselves and their families. i know last year the focus was on how the college has that i would people from poverty but also retrained individuals like from manufacturing and retraining in healt
saw that in the vote for proposition rightwo: it was it was a - we believe that education should be assessable to all and in fact, it's a right. city excellently is a place of assess we want to help students move forward in meeting their goals. that can be workforce training or immigrants learning english. we have students in many situations and we're very proud of that. we have been under some severe criticisms. by the budget cuts at city college has impacted our ability to do well >> please continue. >> so we appreciate this opportunity to talk about how san francisco, california continue to support city i college of san francisco so it can be the kind of community college it is. we have a series of things happening at the college in addition to the accreditation report. we have changes that are being implemented that we're very concerned about and a budget we're concerned about. that budget is the preview of the board of supervisors. we think that we should have community input and a process to make sure we have the kind of city excellently that keeps the community a city co
. >> thank you and i will give you a quick introduction of myself. my name is felix lopez, an education coordinator and resources services for families and i have never really accessed too many services because i thought i could do everything on my own and i'm married and i have children with speech delays and we have a bunch of questions and sound support for families and about there for about a year 1/2. i will let them introduce themselves. >> feel -- felix is a the model for our place. they have tried to navigate those systems to provide the same amount of empathy. my daughter did have stuttering but with therapy it resolved itself. the mission of support with families is we work to ensure that families and children with any kind of disability or special health care need have the knowledge and assistance they need to make informed choices that support their child's health, education and development. and our inform line where you can send requests to 40 for families.org per we're going to talk about our for the purpose line service. >> our phone line service is the want 209-2050 fo
is due to a lot of activists and community members who made this a priority issue to educate government and members of the community on this issue and of course they have been impacted on this as well and hopefully through the hearings we can push and encourage for better working -- a better coordination amongst a variety of departments and this sits in a lot of different purviews so again i want to invite you up and chaired the task force and a member of the sf mta. thank you for being here. >> thank you supervisors. i am deputy of planning for the sf mta also the transportation task force, co-chair with dhp. i'm going to give you a quick overview of the strategy and then what we're going to be talking about in the hearing so you can hear from the various departments on what they have have done since we have been developing this report. it's really important to note that we have been working over the last two years as a team and moving concert with the changes and the strategy is reflecting in real time what we're doing and moving forward and there is obviously a lot of challenges
enforcement at certain corridors, develop the education and awareness program, and really looking at developing and funding the core program and developing something which is looking at pilots, a lot more pilots to see the efficacy of the treatments and we haven't applied these in san francisco yet so we want to test them out for efficacy and as they prove themselves we can make them as part of the capital program and do more likely so you will hear about that. also we're not going to sop stop with this support. we will have a task force development criteria for the next steps and then every year provide an annual evaluation report on what did we do? how well did it achieve the goals and how close are we to the achievements? and then develop the five year prioritization of projects so we keep feeding them into the city's capital plan so that is a high level overview. i will now have the departments come individually and let you know specifically what is happening and how we can move forward. next up is dr. batia from the department of public health. >> i have a question. so wh
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